Technology in K-12 Education Reviewed in New Research Study Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com
09 Apr 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – What technology tools are being deployed in the classroom? How much time is spent using technology tools during the school day? Where does the digital curriculum being used with technology tools come from? What factors influence purchasing decisions of tools and curriculum? What are funding environment and primary sources for technology spending in schools? What are the technology initiatives that offer students 24/7 access? What are the technology initiatives that allow students to bring their own devices to school? All these key questions and many more issues are answered and addressed in the research study.
New research study “K-12 Technology Tools & Trends 2012” prepared by Simba Information has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
K-12 Technology Tools & Trends 2012
Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 3.250,00
The study provides crucial business intelligence and information on how the U.S. schools currently use technology tools and their future plans to implement them. It discusses the evolution of technology tool use, features drivers and implications of technology adoption; details various case studies; mentions a range of companies supplying technology. Furthermore, the research examines the current impact of technology on curriculum and instruction, as well as shows how educators envision the future of these tools in K-12 education.
The tools discussed in the report include: interactive whiteboards, projectors, document cameras, desktop computers, laptop/netbook computers, tablet computers/iPads, ereaders, MP3 players/iPods, smartphones, and student response systems/clickers.
More new research studies by the publisher can be found at Simba Information page.